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High Beech Tu Bish'vat

A cache by siloans aka daddy Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 1/23/2005
2 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

High Beech in Epping Forest. Good foot paths bit muddy in winter

This cache has been placed to celebrate the Jewish New Year for trees Tu Bish'vat

The cache is also place near the Epping Forest field centre which has an information centre open all week and weekends. Please feel free to wander around the ground as i have already asked if they are open to the public and the answer was yes. The woods contain Oak, silver birch, hornbeam and beech besides lots of others species but predominantly these trees. The field centre runs activities all week long and you could combine this cache with one of these. The cache hidding place unfortunately doesn’t fit the theme as you will discover when you get near to it Parking is free and can be found at N 51.39.864 E000.02.451 There is a great pub just up from the centre (food and drinks)!!This area can be muggle city at weekends beware!! The cache is a 2.5 litre Tupperware container. With the usual swaps within There are many other caches within short distances from here so have fun and good luck

Follow this link for information about the centre etc field study centre

list .

Start at the Epping Forest field centre High Beech CAR Park N51 39.874 E000 02.429
From here head to Chocolate mushroom GCQTVH …N51 39.719 E000 02.340
Next onto too Middle man letterbox GCQTQ2 ………N51 39.387 E000 02.112
Then onto England’s first GCJJGJ N51 39.257 E000 01.919
from here you can get a pick up if some one meets you at this car park N51 39.135 E000 02.092
Then onto a Half A Bath A Tad Wet GCQV29 N51 39.020 E000.02.171
Next MIND THE LONG HORNS GCA7BF N51 38.871 E000 02.019
next onto Mud Mountain GCQV7C N51 39.004 E000 02.816
next find EPPING MULTI TRAIL # 2 GCP4KE N51 39.138 E000 02.958
up hill to LAY LINE LOG GCQV7F N51 39.446 E000 03.001
then onto the hardest BOUDICCAS STONE GCEF03 N51 39.551 E000 02.959
and finally HIGH BEECHTU BISHVAT GCMK3P N51 39.761 E000 02.514
and back to the car park or a pint at the pub

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Ybat nezf snyyra qrnq gerr

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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